GIN FLOWS Through My Veins is the latest single from Bradford band Glass Mountain.

The band has teamed up with Hide & Seek Records, home to Post War Glamour Girls, Department M and Sam Airey, for the disc.

The Mountaineers are celebrating with a gig at the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on Thursday, November 2, sharing the stage with writing West Yorkshire band The Golden Age Of TV.

Glass Mountain, who have played Keighley, will follow-up the single with the EP Wow & Flutter in February, released on coloured 12-inch vinyl and accompanied by a tour.

A Hide & Seek spokesman said staff at the record label had been avid fans of Glass Mountain since falling in love with their fragile yet gut-punching debut Glacial EP last year.

The four-piece, who take their name from a David Hockney artwork, have since then supported a diverse range of artists including Slotface, Elvis Depressedly, Embrace and space-rock legends Hawkwind.

As Bozman said: “It is a testament to their songwriting ability that they are such a difficult band to categorise, capable of injecting Sigur Ros beauty with a dose of the industrial north, or equally comfortable making slacker rock dramatic and enchanting.

“While their set lists can be broad, all their songs share a cinematic widescreen sound with front man Harry Hanson’s alluring vocals drawing the listener further into the band’s fascinating universe, none more so than on Gin Flows through My Veins.

Click click save Harry describes the single as reflective of losing that special connection with something powerful and all-encompassing; yearning for that feeling to come back; and having to deal with the fact that it probably never will.”

Glass Mountain are singer and guitarist Harry Hanson, guitarist Lewis Johnson-Kellett, bass and keyboards player William Sand, and drummer Jonathan Newell.